Andrea Locatelli led the team home in P8, clawing back time in the second half of the race to improve following a difficult qualifying that saw him start from 11th place on the grid.
Razgatlıoğlu set another record-breaking pole position time of 1'36.216, completely obliterating the previous new record set by himself just a couple of hours earlier in Free Practice 3 (1'37.216).
Leading Race 1 from the front, the Turkish ace was under immediate pressure from championship-rival Alvaro Bautista. As Ducati rider rocketed from third to first position on the long back straight and entered Turn 8 in the lead, Razgatlıoğlu tried to respond immediately and made an uncharacteristic mistake attempting to retake the lead into Turn 9. He battled through to take a solitary point for P15 after recovering his extremely damaged R1 WorldSBK from the gravel trap.
Tomorrow Pata Yamaha with Brixx WorldSBK will return with a 15-minute Warm-Up session at 10:00 (UTC-3) before the 10-lap Superpole Race at 12:00 and 21-lap Race 2 from 15:00.